The New U.S. Peace Plan Won’t Result in a Signing Ceremony on the White House Lawn. But That Doesn’t Mean It Will Fail – Mosaic

Posted By on February 14, 2020

Since the White House released its proposal for resolving the Israel-Palestinian conflict, numerous critics have stepped forward to argue that it will never work. While Michael Doran agrees with them completely, he also believes their position is nonsensical, because it assumes they know that there is a solution out there that will work. He discusses his concerns in depth with Jon Lerner, who, during his tenure in the Trump administration in 2017 and 2018, was involved in discussions leading up to the proposal. In Lerners understanding, its crafters didnt intend to dictate terms to the parties; nor did they expect the outcome to be a signing ceremony on the White House lawn. Rather they wished to reshape the conflict to the benefit of both Israeli and Palestinians, and to create a more realistic framework for future negotiations. (Video, 67 minutes.)

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More about: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Peace Process, Trump Peace Plan, U.S. Foreign policy

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